Case studies of the implementation of RPL in the National Professional Diploma in Education (NPDE) at three universities present interesting approaches to the conundrum and reveal the importance of phronesis, or practical wisdom, in considerations of RPL.
The conceptual guide presents the theoretical perspectives developed to illuminate the complex relationships between context and RPL practice. These are put to work in three distinctive international contexts chosen to draw out epistemological and pedagogical issues and possibilities. These analyses provide the basis for an understanding of wh
Research objectives: To analyse of obstetric history and characteristics of anticardiolipin antibody and lupus anticoagulant in pregnant women with a history of RPL; assess the effectiveness of treatment pregnancy in women with a history of RPL by antiphospholipid syndrome by coordinating regimen low doses of aspirin and low molecular weight heparin.
Until very recently, most NLP tasks (e.g., parsing, tagging, etc.) have been conﬁned to a very limited number of languages, the so-called majority languages. Now, as the ﬁeld moves into the era of developing tools for Resource Poor Languages (RPLs)—a vast majority of the world’s 7,000 languages are resource poor—the discipline is confronted not only with the algorithmic challenges of limited data, but also the sheer difﬁculty of locating data in the ﬁrst place.